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boost an area rug or new accessories can give a room with new accent colors.

Once you and your family have worked together There is no better time than the beginning of a

New Year to evaluate and plan for changes—in our homes as well as other areas of our lives. Since many of us have decided to stay in our current houses rather than move, we are wise to recognize that our current home is prime real estate—every square inch of it! Maximize our home’s potential by planning for fl exibility while creating a new look or refreshing your comfortable favorites.

As you contemplate what to keep, what to get rid

of, and what to add to your home, there are several things to consider. First on your list might be, “Do I love it?” Do the interior design and furnishings of your home refl ect your family’s tastes and lifestyle? Ask your family members for help with space planning and the creation of a maintenance check off list.

Start with the

fl ooring and work your way up. Rate your fl oors on a scale of 1 to 5: 5 is perfect or like new and 1 means, “I need new fl oors—NOW!” Next, evaluate your window coverings. The windows are the eyes of the home, but they are often overlooked when planning redecorating. If they look dingy or

faded, your whole home can look tired. As you think about the changes you can make, consider the quick


to identify your Home Interior Resolutions, you might want to look at these areas through the eyes of a professional designer. If you are overwhelmed, or unsure what to do for the biggest impact within your budget, a professional can help. The role of a designer is to take a peek into your lifestyle, preferences, needs and desires and make suggestions for arranging and using your living space. The choice of interior designer, like many other service providers, is very important. Try to fi nd someone you connect with. This ensures you will be in charge of managing your home’s ambiance and refl ecting your family’s unique style. Having guests fell comfortable in our home, having them return and compliment us on our sense of style and good taste is very rewarding. Let’s open our homes like opening a wonderful bottle of champagne and share in the joy and happiness of a beautiful and inviting home. Happy New Year friends!

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Call for your personalized appointment or stop by GUCHI’s showroom and see the latest fabulous fashion forward products for today’s home!

Katherine Kawaguchi Interior Designer

10050 Fairway Drive, Suite 100 Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 786-9668 Monday-Friday 10-5, Saturday 11-5 Contractors License No. 938832

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